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Spatiotemporal data analysis of seismic survey occurrence in the Cooper Basin

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\n## **Abstract** \nThe dataset was compiled by the Geological and Bioregional Assessment Program from source data referenced within the dataset and/or metadata. The Geological and Bioregional Assessment Program seeks to understand the potential impacts associated with developing unconventional energy resources in key Australian basins. As a potential source of land use change, future seismic data acquisition may cause cumulative land change that may need to be quantified for such a holistic impact assessment. Given the extent of seismic exploration for conventional resources within the Cooper Basin, existing data could provide insight into survey parameters that may be representative of future surveys in the region. We perform an analysis of the historical seismic survey occurrence and acquisition parameters for the existing data in the Cooper GBA region. The spatio-temporal data analysis is used to derive a simple model that could be used as a forecasting tool for seismic survey parameters of interest (e.g. line kilometers) in a forward looking risk assessment.\n\n\n## **Attribution** \nGeological and Bioregional Assessment Program\n\n\n## **History** \nThis presents a data analysis of the datasets: \r\n•\tSeismic survey 3D - QLD\r\n•\tSeismic survey 2D - QLD\r\n•\tSouth Australian 2D Seismic Lines \r\n•\tSouth Australia 3D Seismic Survey Areas\r\n•\tPetroleum well locations – Queensland\r\n•\tPetroleum well locations - South Australia

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